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Cell-mediated immunity and condylomatosis
1 Dermatologic Division, Civil Hospital -Dolo, Venice (Italy)
2 Gynecological and Obstetric Division, Laboratory of Chemico-Clinical and Microbiological Analyses
Clin. Exp. Obstet. Gynecol. 1989, 16(2-3), 79–84;
Published: 10 June 1989
Cell-mediated response in 60 patients affected by acuminated condylomas has been studied; this was investigated with aspecific in vivo tests .(intradermal-reaction with tuberculin, trichophytin, candidine) and by in vitro tests (blood test with cell count, lymphocyte typing, serum proteins, serum immunoglobulin) and was compared with a control group The results obtained confirm the hypothesis that condylomas acuminata usually occurs in patients with well-preserved cell-mediated immunity.
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